About your Search

20131230
20140107
STATION
CSPAN 13
CSPAN2 9
MSNBCW 7
CNNW 3
KNTV (NBC) 2
CNBC 1
KQED (PBS) 1
LANGUAGE
English 50
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 50 (some duplicates have been removed)
at nbc news can't leave her alone. they are now attacking governor sarah palin for having a christmas tree. we're not kidding. our great american panel reacts to that later. stay with us. she keeps you on your toes. you wouldn't have it any other way. but your erectile dysfunction - it could be a question of blood flow. cialisadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can beore confident in your ability to be ready. and the me cialis is the only daily ed tablet approved to treat ed and symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequent or urgently. tell your doctor about all your medical conditions and medicines, and ask if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take cialis if you take nitrates forhest pain, as it may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. do not drink alcohol in excess. side effects may include headache, upset stomach, delayed backache or muscle ache. to avoid long-term injury, get medical he right away for an erection lasting more than four hours. if you have any sudden decrease or loss in hearing or vision, or any allergic reactions
't leave her alone. they are now attacking governor sarah palin for having a christmas tree. we're not kidding. our great american panel reacts to that later. stay with us. ♪ ♪ i know they say you can't go home again ♪ ♪ ♪ i just had to come back one last time ♪ ♪ ♪ you leave home, you move on [ squeals ] ♪ andou do the best you can ♪ i got lostin this o♪ ♪ and forgot who i am side by side, so you get the same coverage, often for less. [ rattling ] that's one smart board. what else does it do -- reverse gravity? [ chuckles ] split atoms? [ whoooosh! ] hey, how is that atom-splitting thing going? [ rattling ] [ electronic whistling ] oh! [ zap! ] a smarter way to shop around. now, that's progressive. call or click today. as a kid, i made a list of all i'm still not going to the pmake it to mars,o visit. but thanks to hotwire's incredibly low travel prices, i can afford to cross more things off my list. this year alone, we went to the top of the statue of liberty... and still saved enough to go to texas-- to a real dude ranch! hotwire checks the competition
, in 2008, john mccain surprised the united states by nominating alaska governor sarah palin to be his running mate in the presidential election. and i remember that moment. i was at a politcal science conference and my first book had just come out on conservative women. it was academic press. i'm sure a few people thought it might be interesting. then i saw sarah palin on the screen on national television and i thought john mccain is promoting my research agenda. so i always feel it's important to thank john mccain when i do talk about my research. speaking of research and i want to follow up on something that larry said. what i am presenting today is scholarly work and really intended to create understanding of conservative women. i am a women of politics scholar and i saw a lack of attention to ideological diversity among women in the scholarship that was being published. so i became very interested myself and exploring questions about conservative women and also wanting to highlight their important contribution to politics. no matter where you stand politically, i think it is reall
, this is -- politically inside the party he's doing very well. outside of the party he's got sarah palin type numbers. his favorable to unfavorable is 1-2. so people with those numbers just usually and we've all been around long enough to know this, they usually don't get a second chance. this has been a great year for him but the question is whether he's going to be able to in the general sense pull himself out of the deep political hole that he's put himself in. i suspect over time he might be able to do that. >> so, i was actually going to counter what you were saying by saying what's the difference between him and sarah palin. like as a negative. >> i think there's a big difference. >> iq. >> but sarah palin -- >> hold on. >> -- represents -- >> let's tread lightly here. let me just say ted cruz is a very bright mind. politically he made a lot of mistakes. i won't walk through this mine field any more. there's big differences between ted cruz and sarah palin as far as skill sets go. >> okay. but you could literally replace each other's names with in terms of sort of damage done either to a party or a
alaska, to sarah palin's hometown, in something of the same spirit to try to understand her religion, her neighbors, her background, and i really appreciate your scholarship, and to preciate the effort made try to understand, to seek to understand and then to be understood. i think it's a good principle, and i appreciate the respects that you brought for your subjects. in your own open-mindedness, pointing out their importance for social science as well as in politics. i think you have established if there were any doubt, being mere mouthpieces for men, and that these are women who are speaking for themselves. they're passionately defending their beliefs, which are important to them. you remained an objective scholar and in describing their thinkings, changes in their thinking that you observed, and that may indeed lead to greater sympathy and understanding between the two tribes. but in commenting, i will however fire at you, some of the contradictions that perhaps are better meant for your subjects than for you, as you were not in a position to question their facts. so, today you have f
on a great irony that of all things, in retrospect, sarah palin and michele bachmann have become iconic figures of women who can do it all. in sarah palin's case, having five children, choosing to have a down's syndrome baby while she was governor of alaska, and becoming with her husband and her own parents, active grandparents, sheltering her pregnant unwed daughter, bristol, while running for vice president. palin can actually kill a moose, and she has an amazing ongoing presence as a media star. she may well in all fairness be in the running for super women superwoman of the past decade. but wait. it's the conservative women's movement, as you pointed out, that has classically blamed feminism for promulgating the idea that women can do it all. who is selling the idea now? what could phyllis schlafly have to say to sarah palin, since schlafly blames women's studies professors for failing to teach mothers to prioritize staying home over working? let me comment on this notion right away. and let's not just let it escape as a sign of progress. it is a mistaken stereotype of what feminis
. then you have the right wing like lieberman, like netanyahu and to his right of the sarah palin who actually speaks better english than sarah palin. she is for 32-years-old and very pretty and well spoken and the deputy transportation minister of israel and she held hearings against a simulation or jewish their relationships and has vowed to expel all legislators from that who fail to take these loyalty oaths and convert. they are the future of the israeli politics and it's because the of taken a different view on 1948 than the liberals who accepted but don't want to carry it any further. they also acknowledge that this happened. they believe it is an unfinished project that the ethnic purity is not consolidated. and they are a battle cry. the two words that really animate the politics are finished 48. we hear the cry in the tool letters issued by the state-funded rabbis who declare that it was not to rent to the jews inside of the proper and we hear it from the letter issued declaring that it is illegal under the jewish law for the women to date arab men or have relations with them
time overall. oprah winfrey and sarah palin followed her. >>> all kinds of people use facebook. that's according to a new study from the peer research center. 75% of people who have the internet have social media and half of those are using more than one social network. women are four times more likely to be on pintrest. linked in more popular with older people who have a college degree. >>> the bricks will line the plaza at levi stadium. the bricks are engraved with your personalized message. the stadium is set to open for the 2014 football season and will also play host to the super bowl in february of 2016. >>> move over matt and savannah. a few familiar faces return to "the today show." >>> well, it was throw back monday this morning on the today show. they join matt lauer. >> that brings you back. >> it was the first time they anchored together in 25 years. it didn't stop there. it was also matt's birthday. meredith viera called in to wish him a happy birthday. that would have been fun to watch. >> it would have been. >> we're about to pass into a new year. >> i know. >>> well,
. when you have martin bashir say what he says about sarah palin, when you have alec baldwin on and on and on to miley cyrus. we are no longer sensitive to the opinions of others and, of course, twitter is the forum where that's most obvious. >> it was very important to work miley cyrus into this segment. >> steve martin writes, it continued on to spread and i couldn't get out of hell. >> first of all, twitter is a weirdly humorless place. i don't know if anyone has ever tried sarcasm or irony. don't do it. don't try it. they're completely lost. i think these two tweets are completely different. steve martin was making a joke, i guess, you know, thinking that it sounded like lasagna. it's best not to do anything racial. >> that's a rule of life. >> but it was 70 degrees in d.c. in december, i tweeted, boy, now i am pro global warming. i got attacked for that. but even the misquote i referred to, steve martin said once i left the headline racist tweet so it continues to haunt you. >> that's a problem online is that we're moving so fast online. and you put up a story quickly an
of diversity in the republican party. sarah palin, people on the left make fun of sarah palin's children and grand children. it was beyond the pale. it was unacceptable. this isn't a case of this. we're making much ado -- >> listen, listen. >> what if this was on fox? what if this same segment was on fox and they did the same thing? >> you're saying somebody on fox made fun of mitt romneromney? >> if someone on fox said one of these things is not like the other, what do you think would happen? >> jesse jackson would be protesting and tied to a tree somewhere. >> i heard what they said. >> what was the thing that they pointed out. they weren't point being out his perfect hair, his perfect clothes, his perfect teeth. they were pointing out the little black grand kid on his knee. that was the brunt of the funny jokes. >> do you think -- >> they were not talking about the scenery, his wife. they were talking about the small child on his knee. >> the point though is they weren't making fun of the kid. they were making fun of the republican party and maybe even mitt romney. some would say mayb
't know what's coming with her. she was just amazing. >> if only she could replace the actual sarah palin. >> she just lit that up. worst political theater of the year? >> in that cardigan set, i will never forget the pained look on her face and of course the tragedy and unwinding that followed. it was an attempt at solidarity that just disintegrated before our very eyes. >> crystal ball. >> there is nothing wrong with a good cardigan set. the rest of that i agree with that. >> love cardigans and wendy davis. >> indeed. >> i have to disagree with my friend, jonathan. i think the worst theater was the ted cruz foe fiaux filibust throwing his colleagues under the bus and forcing a government shut down. it was terrible. >> the worst political theater? >> the worst political theater, the nasty protests over the close sures of the war memorials during the shut down which allowed larry to call on the president to put down the koran and come out with his hands out -- i mean up that allowed a young man to unhurl the confederate flag in front of the white house, the home of a black family? that, t
, absolutely. >> first time they have talked for a while, you know. sarah palin is coming out of alaska. >> maybe the only place that it might be colder right here in times square. >> this is all true. we have got our entire fox family tonight to take you into the new year. i'm excited to be with you, elizabeth. >> i'm thrilled to be ringing in the new year with you, bill. this ball is about to drop. you realize it's 11,000 pounds. >> it's big. 9:00 we kick off. see you you around so:00 eastern. happy new year, everybody. see you. >>> welcome back to fox news. "our story." when greta van susteren's program moved three hours earlier to 7:00 p.m. she continued her ratings success as a number one show. her winning formula is simple. greta follows her curiosity to people and places in washington and around the world. >> i think the viewers get that. it goes out the to the camera that we enjoy our jobs. just a short time ago senator hatch went on the record. >> why do you live in washington? >> because this is where the action is. you see behind you the united states capitol. that's where th
. that was followed up with tea party darling who needs no introduction, sarah palin, funding, "of these experts who keeps losing elections and keep getting rehired and getting millions, if they feel that strong about who gets to run in this party, then they should buck up or stay in the truck." i am sure you all remember that. karl rove was not going to stay silent. he came back shortly after that in an interview and said that he would serve out his term and he would not leave office midterm. you got to see the spat between karl rove and sarah palin, an illustration of these growing divisions between the tea party wing and what we might call the establishment wing. in fact, it prompted this question. was the dispute illustrative of a larger civil war within the gop? not a term i am using, that is a term that a whole bunch of headlines have used. you pick up "the new york times," they described this as a civil war within the republican party. we think this is an interesting question because previous accounts of parties have long described republicans a bit differently. republicans if you go back to
the discourse on msnbc? it comes only a month after martin bashir resigned after talking about sarah palin in a derogatory way. >> right. i think that's only the latest in these sort of controversial remarks made by msnbc host. you have seen a string of it. i think what happened with melissa harris-perry is a continuation of that and i think the biggest problem is that msnbc wasn't just supposed to be a liberal counterpart to fox news, a sort of place for the progressive base to go every day and every night, it was also supposed to be smarter. it was supposed to elevate discourse and idea that you were having these smart, well educated progressives coming forth and changing the conversation and lean forward and lean into the 21st century and so much of these remarks which have to do with going after someone's family, issues of race with martin bashir suggesting that sarah palin should be treated like a slave, all of these things are leaning backward and it's totally not what msnbc was supposed to be about originally. it's doing real severe damage to the brand. >> do you agree? >> i agree -
the united states by nominating alaska governor sarah palin to be his running mate in the presidential election. and i remember that moment. i was at a political science conference and my first book had just come out on conservative women. it was academic press. i'm sure a few people thought it might be interesting. then i saw sarah palin on the screen on national television and i thought john mccain is promoting my research agenda. so i always feel it's important to thank john mccain when i do talk about my research. speaking of research and i want to follow up on something that larry said. what i am presenting today is scholarly work and really intended to create understanding of conservative women. i am a women of politics scholar and i saw a lack of attention to ideological diversity among women in the scholarship that was being published. so i became very interested myself and exploring questions about conservative women and also wanting to highlight their important contribution to politics. no matter where you stand politically, i think it is really important for us to understand
came in first. she was followed by oprah, michelle obama, sarah palin, conderice and in laumalala. let's bring back our gaggle. katherine, i want to welcome you. this is your first time on "the daily rundown." what do you make of the most admired list? >> i was surprised pope francis wasn't higher and malala made the list. that's pretty impressive in terms of name recognition. >> malala is so stunning because she's so young and has inspired so many people. david, what stood out for you? >> i think obama's popularity given his very low approval ratings. it was surprising he did so well on this poll. >> i didn't hear miley cyrus's name. >> she was the one omission. all right. i want to get what you all thought was the biggest, most impactful story of 2013. >> i'll say the changeover at the vatican hugely influential. >> absolutely. david? >> the snowden leaks. the nsa wire tap story. >> continuing to reverberate and will do so. >> through next year as well. >> katherine, for you? >> i'd say the obama care rollout. it's been less than ideal and it's the signature domestic policy for the a
good back stories. you will read about a seattle mother who called herself a mama bear before sarah palin coined the term. her effort was to get her daughter into an over-subscribed high school in seattle. she found the school district was using race as one of the number of tie breakers she filled a lawsuit and challenged it. it went all the way to the supreme court. and i found along the way, and didn't start with this in mind, these four cases had something else in common: they had very smart conservative or libitarian lawyers behind them. you would call them agenda cases in some ways. they were issues the lawyers or organizations backing them wanted to get to the supreme court for a final decision. and they had their eye on an increasingly conservative and hoping to have a sympathetic supreme court. i wanted it to be a book that is a good read and not a heavy legal book. that is not what i wanted to write >> john roberts has been the chief justice for eight years and the predecessor was 18 years. so we are early in what we anticipate a tenure of maybe 25 years. john marshal was
and i'm not designing this to bash msnbc. but you had martin bashir with a violent attack on sarah palin. you had alec baldwin losing his job over an anti-gay slur. now melissa harris-perry. is there something in the culture there that tolerates this unacceptable language? >> well, i think you can get into a bubble and be surrounded by people who have contempt for other people who believe different things that are conservative and that could lead you to think this thing is okay. i am not, for my part, in support of people losing their jobs over this. i think bashir's apology was good, as well. you should be loud to say sometimes mistakes, say dumb things and offend people. >> as we all do from time to time. >> but i think the folks over at msnbc often spend a lot of time dealing the moral authority card and being morally superior about people right of center. when you make a mistake like this which is frankly the kind of thing they accuse the right of all the time, you should hang up the moral authority card for just a few weeks. >> another example, during the whole duck dynasty thing, e
not run for office, like they did sarah palin?" guest: jenny hayes and i have done a systematic media coverage study, focusing on the 20 10th congressional elections. we quoted more than -- on the 2010 congressional elections. we uncovered no difference between male and female candidates. the kind of coverage really is an anomaly, and it is not what most voters are exposed to regularly. host: 500,000 elective offices in this country, professor lawless. what percentage had women running for that position? guest: most of those offices are held at the local level, and we don't have brought systematic data. but there is nothing to suggest that the percentage of women running is very different than the percentage of women holding those positions because we know that women care as much as men, so they are winning at equal rates. caller: jennifer, you have quite an impressive knowledge on your subject here. my question is about hillary clinton. i am a little afraid that rush limbaugh is going to get hillary clinton elected. host: why do you say that, andrew? you're calling on the republican
trashes gop women is one reason they do not run for office, like they did sarah palin?" guest: jenny hayes and i have done a systematic media coverage study, focusing on the 20 10th congressional elections. we quoted more than -- on the 2010 congressional elections. we covered ash we uncovered no difference between male and female candidates. of coverage really is an anomaly, and it is not what most voters are exposed to regularly. host: 500,000 elective offices in this country, professor lawless. what percentage had women running for that position? guest: most of those offices are held at the local level, and we don't have brought systematic data. but there is nothing to suggest that the percentage of women running is very different than the percentage of women holding those positions because we know care as much as men, so they are winning at equal rates. caller: jennifer, you have quite an impressive knowledge on your subject here. my question is about hillary clinton. i am a little afraid that rush limbaugh is going to get hillary clinton elected. host: why do you say that, andrew? you
at risk. >> you went to haiti with sarah palin? >> yup. >> the irony, it's a hop skip and jump away from the united states of america and from what we are so blessed with. >> you have been on the u.s. border with the governor of texas, rick perry. how does that visit or that trip impact the information you put on? >> first of all, it is always better to see to actually put your hands on the story, so that helps tremendously. >> it wasn't a question going over the fence. there was a gash. you didn't have to get a letter. -- ladder. >> if you don't have boots on the ground you can't defend that border. >> i have been to pakistan a number of times. by the way, it was scary. >> the united states conducted an operation that killed osama bin laden. >> the fact that fox news channel has sent me multiple times to pakistan gave me an ability to be part of the presentation that night. >> the other big story is pakistan is once again been exposed for double dealing them. >> you and i worked together at cnn. >> yes. >> the same time fox news channel came on the air. do you remember your first memory
do you do that? >> sarah palin will divide a room more quickly than anyone in america. i do an annual show on how to get thanksgiving over. chatern, i e encourage everyone to grade their relations with the b, c, d.a, the not worth ruining holiday. radio.tt.com or iheart any of the hundred of different affiliates over the year. --pod casts or >> it's all pod cast. a subscription service. hughniverse. >> what's there? >> from 2000 forward. >> the latest book of hugh hewitt is called the happiest life. seven gifts, seven givers. the secret to genuine success. you, hue wilt, for joining us. >> thank you. an honor. >> for tree transcripts or to give comments about this q&a.org. visit us at q q&a are also available as c-span pod casts. >> coming up next on c-span, bbc review.ent's westminster after that, a former u.s. trade northentative discuss the american free trade agreement, 20 years now since it was signed into law. later, a >> the british parliament is currently in recess. prime minister's questions will not be shown tonight. instead, we bring you bbc parliament's westminster review
don't get food to them quickly you have 6 million people at risk. >> you went to haiti with sarah palin. >> the irony is this is a hop, skip and a jump away from the united states of america. from what we are so blessed with. >> you have been on the u.s. border with rick perry, governor of texas. how does that visit or trip impact the information? >> it's always better to see, to put your hands on the story. >> if you're not on the ground you can't defend that. >> i have been to pakistan a number of times. it's scary. >> how about the navy s.e.a.l.s? >> the united states has killed osama bin laden. >> fox news channel sent me to pakistan multiple times and gave me the ability to be part of the presentation that night. the other big story is that pakistan is once again exposed for double dealing. >> you and i worked together at cnn. >> yes. >> do you remember the first image you have of what fox was then? >> i remember we were concerned about msnbc. they spent all this money on a set. look what that did for them. >> msnbc had the money of general electric and microsoft. that was a
into the right family. so she doesn't have much competition. you have hillary clinton, sarah palin, who is still up there. oprah is always popular. oprah, if she still had her show and didn't go to her own network, she might have been beat the top of the list. >> i thought it was interesting. sam, i wanted to ask you, if you ore a republican and looking at this list and thinking maybe i'll throw my hat in the ring for the 2016 presidential race, you've got a big hill to climb, because your name i.d. is pretty much zero. >> that's right. you saw president obama way up at the top and then george w. bush and the pope and everyone else was at about 1%. i think ted cruz was on that list. as you point out, it's another indication of exactly how wide open things are. there's nobody on the republican side other than someone who has been a two-term president who even ranks in this. >> jonathan, let me get your take on the rnc. they posted some new year's resolutions for president obama. kind of a gimmick, but one being i resolve not to lie to the american people. i resolve to spend less time on the golf
'm petrified of her. >> what seems to be the trouble, love? >> would you do sarah palin with him. >> i don't think so. >> that's where he's heading. >> i'm all right. >> you shouldn't say he when a person is present. you should refer to the person by their name. that's basic good manners. >> who is willie? >> i don't know. russell brand -- >> this is what you all do for a living. let me help you. i'm here to promote messiah complex for people of america. i want people of america come see me do stand up. go to russellbrand tv where you can purchase tickets to see me. you convey news to people of america. people of america we'll be okay. everything is all right. these are your trusted anchors. >> that's good. pen. you need a pen. >> okay. coming up later, we're going to be talking about the situation with edward snowden, this whistleblower is it good for what he's done for america or are our secrets being jeopardized. is bradley manning a hero or compromising safety of american troops. we care about your views. here with me brian and kat. what do you think about edward snowden, what do you t
. >> and sarah palin will join us out of alaska when they will celebrate eight hours later. >> and we have some music. >> and blues traveller -- >> and bill o'reilly will give us tips for 2014. >> so we want to throw our arms out there and invite you -- your family to spend the night here with our fox family. >> and being together. >> and i'm excited as willie and cory being on. this is the first time they are speaking publicly since the whole -- the whole dust-up over phil robertson and the show being suspended from a&e. >> if you think about it in 2013, all of the news stories, they dominated the news and the headlines in december and we haven't heard from them other than a couple of tweets. they are in steamboat springs, colorado. and we'll link up with them at about 11:00 eastern time and figure out how they are welcoming in the new year. >> it will certainly bridge 2013 and 2014 to hear their sentiments on all that has transpired as of late. >> yes. because a lot has been going on. elizabeth and bill, thank you for the preview. we appreciate it. >> happy new year to you. >> and the same to
. >> you went to haiti with sarah palin. >> the irony is this is a hop skip and a jump away from the united states of america. and from what we are so blessed with. >> you've been on the u.s. border with rick perry. how does that visit or that trip impact the information you put on your wire is this. >> it's always better to see. so that helps. >> there are gaps in the fence. you don't even have to get a ladder. >> if you don't have boots on the ground, you cannot defend that border. >> i've been to pakistan a number of times. it's scary. >> how about those navy s.e.a.l.s? >> the united states has conducted an operation that killed osama bin laden. >> the fact that fogs nx news channel septembcha channel sent me to pakistan gave me the ability to be part of the story that night. >> you and i worked together at cnn. >> yes. >> at the same time that the fox news channel came on the air. >> right. >> do you remember your first memory or the first image you have of what fox was? >> yes. >> then? >> yes. i'll tell you, it's always different. i remember when msnbc got launched because we were all
. >> let's leave aside what we may or may not think about sarah palin's intelligence and talk about her words: a real movement powered about americans who are concerned about the size of government. so we have a super critical one saying they are a much of racist people. and then we have one saying they just care about the size of government and what is happening in the country. i am trying to say this with a straight face but if i know how this is going to end so i am trying to keep a straight face. what is the tea party about. are they crazy or irrational. for right now let me just talk to you about this. this might sound counter intuitive given all of the rhetoric we hear but they are not. fredrick douglas once said power proceeds nothing without demand. so it isn't irrational for them to behave the way they are because they want to save their country. the second question is are they something like that new? no they are not. and are they simply angry conservative? no, they are not conservative. they are not the traditional ones like boehner, mccain, or even mcconnell. so that are no
was a high-tech terrorist, sarah palin calling to our organization to be dealt with like the taliban and be hunted down. there's calls either for my assassination or the assassination of my staff or for us to be kidnapped and renditioned back to the united states to be executed. >> well, as you know, we have a first amendment and people can say whatever they want, including politicians. i don't think that many people in the united states took seriously the idea that you were a terrorist. >> i would like to believe that. on the other hand, the incitements to murder are a serious issue. and unfortunately, there is a portion of the population that will believe in them and may carry them out. >> if nothing else, wikileaks is the latest demonstration that a small group of people with a powerful idea can harness technology and affect large institutions. in wikileaks' case, it was the idea to aggregate state and corporate secrets by setting up an online electronic drop box where whistle-blowers around the world could anonymously upload sensitive and suppressed information. the secrets are s
with a shouting-level argument. how do you do that? >> you can bring up sarah palin. she divides a room or quickly than anyone else in america. i do an annual show about how to get thanksgiving over. in that same chapter, i encourage everyone to grade their relationships with their in-laws. if they are under a 2.0, try to bring up the average by cutting someone from the team. it is not worth ruining your holidays. cracks in our remaining 30 seconds, if someone doesn't have hugh hewitt in their town, can they listen on the internet? >> everyday, on any of 100 different affiliates that carry it over the air. >> you have a podcast? >> the universe, it is a script and -- subversion service. >> what is in the universe? >> every minute of every hour of every radio show i have ever done. >> from the beginning? >> from the syndicated beginning, 2000 forward. >> the latest book is called "the happiest life -- the secret a genuine success" we thank you, hugh hewitt, for joining us. >> thank you. i am honored. ♪ for free transcripts or to give us your comments about this program, visit us at q-and-a .org.
hillary clinton and sarah palin who suspect there still. oprah. oprah is always popular. people love oprah. >> inched out by michelle obama by one point. >> oprah had her own show oprah might have been at the top of the list. there is not much competition. sadly as a woman i'm sad that we are competing with the brits and the royals. >> i thought it was interesting. sam, if you are a republican and looking at this list and thinking well maybe i will throw my hat in the ring for the 2016 presidential race, you have got a big hill to climb because your name id is pretty much zero. >> that's right. you saw president obama way up at the top and then as you said george w. bush and the pope and everyone else was at about 1%. i think ted cruz was on that list. but, you know, it is as you point out just another indication of how exactly how wide open things are there is really nobody on the republican side other than somebody who has already been a two term president who even sort of ranks in this. >> jonathan, let me get your take on the rnc, they posted some of the new year's resolutions for pres
to appearances by sarah palin and ted cruz. but the klayman rant grabbed headlines. let's listen. >> a president who bows down to allah. this president is not a president of we the people. he's the president of his people. i call upon all of you to wage a second american non-violent revolution, to use civil disobedience, and to demand that this president leave town, to get out, to put the koran down, to get up off his knees, and to figuratively come up with his hands out. >> my god. that's a hell of a demand. put your hands up, put down the koran, get off your knees, and leave town today. otherwise we'll have a non-violent second revolution. >> and we've elected that president twice. i love the way he throws in figuratively so we can't say he's inciting violence, but of course he is inciting a kind of violence. let's remember. this is the rally where there was a guy with a confederate flag there. they're outside the home of a black family. they are outside their home telling them to get out. >> an eviction notice, if you will. >> when, thank you, we've elected that man to lead us twice. and they
, as for hillary clinton, she's been the most admired woman for 12 years straight. oprah winfrey, sarah palin and the first lady michelle obama followed her. >>> the wildfire that burned in yosemite could cost more than $1 billion. a recent study says damage is estimated as high as $1.8 billion. it took three months to contain the wildfire. 11 homes were destroyed by the flames. a hunter's illegal campfire sparked that fire. >>> a mystery is unfolding in the salinas valley. this crop circle is gaining a lot of attention. no word how it got there. the pictures were taken by an aerial photographer who spotted it as she was flying over the salinas valley this morning. no word on who created it, either. >>> all right. still ahead, how google plans to turn your car into a smartphone. >>> also, why you may start feeling guilty the next time you grab a snack. the change coming to vending machines. >>> plus, the last-minute purchase you might want to make for your favorite 49ers fan. >>> good evening, i'm jeff ranieri. record-setting heat in december. we're going to talk more about that and what it a
. >> there are those who never seem to go away, sarah palin, hadn't gone away, joe biden ran for president and now is vice president for two terms, he is to the going away and hillary clinton. >> well, look they're great brands in american politics and one of the constants one of the big themes in this book is the relationship between ot bamas and clintons. they were warring parties warring families in our last book, in this cycle pretty remarkable. you think about how different barack obama and bill clinton are, how estranged they were coming out of the 20 o 8 election and in this race a huge coming together, kind of one now joint political family. the courtship president obama doing something, we write about, almost never does at least that we know of, admits he needs the help of someone else. bill clinton seeing the opportunity to help his party but also to kind of rehabilitate himself. and now we have their joint operation, hillary clinton has got a ton of advantages if she wants to run in 2016. the fact that her political family married up with the obama family is a huge benefit. >> i have to
's topical. he's a is a tierist. he's a writer. he's the man who gave us the fantastic sarah palin material in 2008. so i think what he brings to it is a whole different game plan. remember, the irony of this is his studio is literally one floor above jimmy fallon's. >> oh, we know. we know. >> but he's considered to be lower on the food chain of booking guests, which means he will be booking more politicians, more thought leaders, more news makers. and that, i think, will give the show a different cast. >> that's the show that david letterman used to have. >> that's right. >> i'm excited for this. this will be interesting. let's talk about the next generation. you have this whole thing on innovation and what the babies born in 2014, the lives they'll live. one example is if i'm a girl, my name is likely to end in "lynn." how do you come up with this? >> purely random, but it's wonderful. the kind of information you love to be able to explain at cocktail parties, even if there's no sense to it. what we do know about the numbers is that in the course of these babies' lifetimes, 3 billion mor
to be a leader today. >> okay. so just for the moment, let's leave aside what we may or may not take about sarah palin's intellectual capacity. let's just leave that aside and let's just take her at her word that it's about a real conservative movement, right? that is powered by real americans. i will get to that in a little bit. that is just really concerned about the size of government. we have these two views. we have one that is supercritical, saying that the tape party is a bunch of racist sexist zina phobic people and we have this one that suggests that's not true, that they just really care about the size of government and what's happening in the country right now. they want to take the lead in taking their country back. now people are trying to say the stuff with a straight face because i'm a social scientist. however i know how the story is going to end so if i start chuckling and stuff like that please forgive me. i'm trying to keep it straight face. all right, so a question. what is the tea party about? are they crazy or irrational? are they sweet chinaris, that is to say something b
a mama bear before sarah palin coined the term. her effort was to get her daughter into an over-subscribed high school in seattle. she found the school district was using race as one of the number of tie breakers she filled a lawsuit and challenged it. it went all the way to the supreme court. and i found along the way, and didn't start with this in mind, these four cases had something else in common: they had very smart conservative or libitarian lawyers behind them. you would call them agenda cases in some ways. they were issues the lawyers or organizations backing them wanted to get to the supreme court for a final decision. and they had their eye on an increasingly conservative and hoping to have a sympathetic supreme court. i wanted it to be a book that is a good read and not a heavy legal book. that is not what i wanted to write >> john roberts has been the chief justice for eight years and the predecessor was 18 years. so we are early in what we anticipate a tenure of maybe 25 years. john marshal was the youngest before him. did you ever have the feeling is it too soon t
, not to directly compare, but their follows other msnbc pit falls. >> america's resident dunce, sarah palin. >> reporter: in the fall, he suggested that palin do something so foul we will not repeat it. so back to the msnbc host. today she wrote without reservation or qualification, i apologize to the romney family. >> i think it was important to apologize. i think it went in a direction it didn't need to go. >> reporter: megan lindsey does not work in politics. try the national compound sill for adoption. >> they intended to make jokes about politics. instead. they made jokes that would offend adoptive families. >> reporter: there has been no comment from the romney family. there is a bigger point about this, too. adoption and families are changing this this country. you know, the national adoption survey says 40% of kids adopted in the u.s. are in interracial families. so i think this is a recognition that even if politics is still.gstil divided about race, the adoption world is intergreated. >>> what's your reaction to the story? >> i thought it basseterwas ter inappropriate. i thought i
awkward confrontations. why. >> yes, i do. totally worth it. >>> coming up, sarah palin, alec baldwin to mitt romney's adopted black grandson, why does msnbc keep getting if in trouble? howard kurtz has more on that. >>> and he paid the ultimate sacrifice to save his team. now one navy s.e.a.l.'s bravery honored in a brand new movie and his hit song is already getting oscar attention. the people behind it here to perform live. [ male announcer ] if you suffer from a dry mouth then you'll know how uncomfortable it can be. [ crickets chirping ] but did you know that the lack of saliva can also lead to tooth decay and bad breath? [ exhales deeply ] [ male announcer ] well there is biotene. specially formulated with moisturizers and lubricants, biotene can provide soothing relief and it helps keep your mouth healthy, too. [ applause ] biotene -- for people who suffer from dry mouth. test. test. >>> welcome back on. melissa harris perry took some time out of her show yesterday to apologize for some offensive comments she made regarding the romney's family's adopted son. >> without reservat
kathleen grows who called herself a mama bear before sarah palin coined the term and her effort which initially was unsuccessful to get her daughter into an oversubscribed top high school in seattle. when she found that the school districts were using race as one of a number of tiebreakers, she filed a lawsuit and challenged it and it went all the way to the supreme court. i also found along the way, and i didn't start with this in mind, that these four cases also had something else in common. they had very smart, conservative or libertarian lawyers behind them. in some cases, you would call them agenda cases. these were issues that the lawyers or the organizations backing them wanted to get to the supreme court for a final decision. they had their eye on an increasingly conservative, hopefully sympathetic supreme court. that is why i chose the four cases that i did. i wanted it to behave book that is a good read, not just a heavily legal book and that is not what i wanted to write. >> john roberts has been chief justice for eight years and his predecessor william rehnquist i think wa
background. >> let me jump in and say this. let's compare sarah palin's response to when she was wronged to mitt romney's response. >> just don't say anything else. >> all i'm going to say. mitt romney showed total class he. that's all you can do. people have said horrible things about all of us. if somebody comes up and apologizes, it's all right. as long as they don't bring my kids into it. the fact they brought their granddaughter into and it mitt was say, we are cool. >> we shouldn't excuse what happened is offending incident but the way melissa handled it was pitch-perfect. i know the same way martin felt because i was in touch with him too. melissa feels terrible about it and the apologize was heartfelt. she has apologized and it's time to move on as mitt romney said. >>> still ahead on "morning joe" -- >> apologize yet? >> i don't think -- some things you just have to not talk about. yes, he was. >>> his name is being floated for 2016, the always outspoken former governor of montana, brian schweitzer is here. i'm not sure he is happy about that at this point but he is here. all ri
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 50 (some duplicates have been removed)

Terms of Use (10 Mar 2001)